Welcome, Suckers: A Western Story

Welcome Suckers A Western Story Soapy Smith and his group of con artists move into Creede challenging the domination of the town by camp boss Bob Ford the man who shot Jesse James Randolph Jefferson Soapy Smith and his group of co

  • Title: Welcome, Suckers: A Western Story
  • Author: James David Buchanan
  • ISBN: 9781410452818
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Paperback
  • Soapy Smith and his group of con artists move into Creede, challenging the domination of the town by camp boss Bob Ford, the man who shot Jesse James Randolph Jefferson Soapy Smith and his group of con artists were driven out of Denver It was only a temporary setback as the mining town of Creede was even ideal The vice and con games in the town are dominated by Soapy Smith and his group of con artists move into Creede, challenging the domination of the town by camp boss Bob Ford, the man who shot Jesse James Randolph Jefferson Soapy Smith and his group of con artists were driven out of Denver It was only a temporary setback as the mining town of Creede was even ideal The vice and con games in the town are dominated by camp boss Bob Ford and his gang Ford spends much of his time behind closed doors As the man who shot Jesse James, he has than his share of enemies Ford has a hammerlock on Creede, relieving miners of their gold by a number of devices the town council can do nothing to stop Nothing, that is, until Soapy Smith arrives and offers them an alternative Bat Masterton works as a bouncer for Bob Ford, but he is an old acquaintance of Smith s and expresses his willingness to move into law enforcement in Creede.

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    1. The bad guy who ran the town was a crook named Bob Ford, which was fun to read against the backdrop of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford s perpetual scandal.


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